Hardscape LandscapingHardscape 2

Hardscape Landscaping consist of working with stone, flagstone, rock, or any other ‘hard’ element. Hardscaping adds property value and charm to your home, without requiring constant maintenance as your lawn or gardens do. It is the framework for your landscape.

Hardscapes are key to providing functionality and accessibility for a great entertainment space to enjoy. We provide you with numerous selections of surfaces to compliment your home.

Hardscape Landscaping includesHardscape 1

  • Retaining Walls
  • Walkways
  • Water Features
  • Patio
  • Dry Creek Bed
  • Arbors
  • Fire Pit
  • Columns & Pillars
  • Steps

Give us a call today to begin building your outdoor entertainment space.
(Project minimum of $2000.00)


Retaining WallsRetaining Wall

Enhance your landscape with retaining walls. Whether it is to hold back an eroding hillside or create a living space out of a steep slope, retaining walls are funtional and creates depth and beauty within your landscape.

Retaining walls can be designed to use a variety of materials, such as stone, block or timber with the proper drainage and grade in mind.
(Project minimum of $2000.00)


Erosion Control / Drainage SolutionsErosion Control

Erosion Control is action taken to prevent destruction of soil which is caused by wind, rain and excessive water on the soil surface. Erosion takes on many forms from hillside erosion, gully formation, silt buildup, slope slippage, the exposure of unproductive soils.

If your neighbor’s yard is sloped, chances are your landscape and plants are becoming damaged by rain water that flows and accumulates on your property. Puddles of standing water for long period of time, creating the perfect bedding for mosquitoes.

Drainage SolutionsGutter downspouts are located very close to a house and can cause drainage problems with water seeping in the foundation wall or cause dampness in a basement. Underground drainage for downspouts can often solve this problem.

There are different methods of erosion control and drainage solutions to ensure healthy life for your lawn, flowers, trees and shrubs within your landscape.

If you regularly experience any drainage problems or erosion, give us a call. We will inspect the problem area and provide you with a free estimate for your erosion control or drainage solution.
(Project minimum of $2000.00)


Sod Options

Sod comes in several varieties. Some prefer full sun, some shade and others high traffic areas. It’s important to know the difference between the varieties so you can achieve the lawn you desire in a most cost effective and timely manner.

Bermuda SodBermuda Sod

Warm season grass, Bermuda is a very dense and fine textured grass. Low growing and spreads rapidly. Requires full sun most of the day and does not tolerate shady areas. Will handle medium traffic. Enters doormat stage in winter months, turning a tan winter color. Will tolorate sustained periods of drought if established well. However responds very well to irrigation during dry conditions if higher quaility of turf is desired.


Myers ZoysiaMyers Zoysia

Our personal favorite of all warm season grass, Myers zoysia is becoming the most popular of zoysia grass.  It provides a plush, high density deep green cover.  Handles heavy traffic.  Myers can tolerate 50% shade or filtered sunlight.  Will not tolerate full shade.  Very good heat and cold tolerance.  Enters doormant stage in winter months, turning tan winter color.  Is heat tolerate however because it is slow growing, should be watered regularly to promote growth.


Emerald ZoysiaEmerald Zoysia

Warm season grass, Emerld Zoysia is one the most attractive of the zoysia grasses.  It provides a dark green plush color with finer leaf texture.  Emerald is less hardy however more shade tolerate than Myers Zoysia.  It is well suited where regular maintenance and care is provided.  Enters doormat stage during winter months, turning a tan winter color.


Fescue GrassFescue Grass

Cool season grass, Fescue develops a uniform green turf all year round.  Tolerates shady areas where other turfgrass does not.  Maintains a deep green color throughout the growing season however does not handle drought very well causing browning.  Adapts to wide range of soil types.  Fertilize during the fall season to promote healthier and greener grass.
(Project minimum of $2000.00)


Landscape Boulders

A landscape boulder is a large rock usually to large for one person to move. When people think about landscaping, they tend to focus on flowers, trees, shrubs or sod. However, adding boulders to your landscape creates variations of height and contours that keep the landscape unique, interesting and eye catching. Creating a specific look or feel.

The object of placing boulders in your landscape is to make it look like it literally grew within that spot, accenting with varying grasses and flowers.
(Project minimum of $2000.00)